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  1. In Sharp Reversal of Recent Decline, Freddie Mac Multifamily Apartment Investment Market Index Rises in First Quarter of 2024
    GlobeNewswire | 06/13/24 02:00 PM EDT

    The Freddie Mac Multifamily Apartment Investment Market Index? rose by 8.7% in the first quarter of 2024 as well as over the full year, with the annual index up 8.1%. The AIMI?s quarterly rise occurred nationwide and in all 25 regional markets, signaling a sharp reversal from the decline last quarter.

  2. Mortgage Rates Continue to Move Down
    GlobeNewswire | 06/13/24 12:00 PM EDT

    Freddie Mac today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey?, showing the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 6.95 percent. ?Mortgage rates continued to fall back this week as incoming data suggests the economy is cooling to a more sustainable level of growth,? said Sam Khater, Freddie Mac?s Chief Economist.

  3. Freddie Mac Will Delist NYSE-Traded Security
    GlobeNewswire | 06/11/24 01:00 PM EDT

    Freddie Mac today announced it will voluntarily delist its last remaining security trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Freddie Mac will take all necessary steps to delist the bond, including filing a Form 25 with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the NYSE after the ten-day notice period has elapsed. Freddie Mac?s mission is to make home possible for families across the nation.

  4. Freddie Mac Single-Family Green Mortgage-Backed Securities Approached $1.9 Billion in 2023
    GlobeNewswire | 06/11/24 10:17 AM EDT

    Freddie Mac today released its 2023 Green MBS Impact Report showing the company issued $1.85 billion of Single-Family Green Mortgage-Backed Securities for the year. ?Freddie Mac?s 2023 Green MBS issuance increased by more than 35 percent over 2022, even as overall MBS market volume declined.

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